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If ξk→ξ in 2 2 then Eξk→Eξ and E|ξk| →E|ξ| . (iii) Let and let some sequences. If ξk→ξ and ηk→η in be then Eξkηk→Eξη. Ito integral for general functions Notation: We denote by processes from the set of all random processes that can be approximated by in the following sense: for any there exists a sequence such that as k→+∞ 1 We do not need to refer to the definition of Banach and Hilbert spaces and their properties that are usually studied in functional analysis or function spaces courses. However, it may be useful to note that is a Banach space and a Hilbert space with the norm ||ξ ||=(E|ξ |2)1/2.
4) is defined by the distribution (or evolution law) for (ξt, ρt). , the original probability measure P. The following definition addresses the measure P for the first time. 26 If a risk-neutral probability measure P* is equivalent to the original measure P, then we call it an equivalent risk-neutral measure. 27 Let the market model be such that there exists an equivalent risk-neutral probability measure P*. s. for the corresponding wealth. Let E*ψ<+∞. Then the initial wealth X0 is uniquely defined.
In that case, he/she obtains the amount of money equal to Fτ(S0,…, Sτ, ρ0,…, ρτ) (or obtains some benefits with this market price). For instance, an American put option gives the right (not the obligation) to sell one unit of the underlying asset for a fixed price K (to the issuer of the option); the market value of the payoff is (K−Sτ)+. Similarly, an American call option gives the right (not the obligation) to sell a unit of the underlying asset (see the detailed discussion in Chapter 6). © 2007 Nikolai Dokuchaev Mathematical Finance 38 Similarly to the case of European options, an American option is said to be a derivative of the underlying assets, if the payoff depends on these assets only.
Algèbre, solutions developpees des exercices, 3eme partie, Les grands theoremes [Algebra] by Mac Lane, Birkhoff, Delorme, Lavit, Mezard, Raoult